- Combi - Mobile Access Tower and Low Level Access for Users
This course takes place over one day and guides participants on how to dismantle, erect, relocate and inspect low level access units and standard mobile access towers without risk of personal injury.
With relevant legislation in mind, the training will go through PASMA Code of Practice and PAS250 along with practical advice on various elements of tower work.
In this half day course, delegates will learn how to dismantle, erect and inspect low level access units (prefabricated units under 2.5m of height) safely, as per the manufacturer's instructions.
Guidance will be provided on hazards, regulations, best practice, fall protection and completing inspection records.
In the space of one day, partakers will understand how to properly plan and organise working at height with mobile access towers, and how to ensure that those involved are competent.
The training is designed for those who oversee the work of operatives on site and will include theory and assessment sessions to ensure participants gain efficient knowledge.
- Work at Height (Essentials)
This half day course aims to help workers comply with their duties under the Work at Height Regulations.
Touching on legislation like the Working at Height Regulations, the training will give an overview of safe and unsafe working practices – including safe places of work, personal fall protection equipment, scaffolds and mobile access towers, MEWPs and suspended platforms, ladders and steps, fragile roofs and other surfaces.
Training takes place over one day to teach delegates how to safely assemble, dismantle and relocate towers on stairs without risk of injury to oneself or others.
Delegates must hold a current PASMA 'Towers for Users' PhotoCard and have a good working knowledge of working at height.